Although I got this over a week ago I hadn't got around to posting a thread due to a home DIY project. But today I got a bit of free time to take a few snaps and thought I'd post them here along with a few personal opinions. For the price (£40) this bag really is fantastic value and I think a great buy. It's strongly made in good heavy duty canvas and has a very real army surplus feel to it, it doesn't look or feel like an over-engineered or fussy repro but rather like an actual bit of military kit. In terms of accuracy to an original AN-6505-1 it actually seems to be very good, better than the ELC option which goes for nearly four times the price. The straps go completely around the bag like on originals and on the facing with the spec stencils it has the correct two fabric strips (which seem to have been commonly used for name and serial number stencilling), both things which the Eastman doesn't have. The pocket arrangement on the inside seems to match originals and whilst the zips are not NOS wartime zippers the Talon ones on the bag look the part. All up this is a cracking bag in my opinion and for the price is an absolute winner. I'm going to be stencilling a 4th FG eagle on this and some name and squadron stencilling for a bit of fun so I'll post my attempts here when I get around to doing them. And here it is with Watanabe's 5kg mammoth "bible" of WWII aircraft which will even fit in the bag and leave room for a pack of sandwiches and a thermos of coffee.